Dominica herald
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Title: Dominica herald
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 42 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Publisher: Dominica Herald
Place of Publication: Roseau, Dominica
Roseau, Dominica
Publication Date: September 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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(For the General Welfiar or ithe People of Dominicn. the further cdrancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)








Three Bs Get Together Calypso Night At
DREMIER BARROW this week follow d up his Carib Cinema
startling negotiations wi;h Eagle Airlines (allegedly to "I Like Vulgarity"-"Topless"
replace B. W. I. A. as the national carrier) wi:h visits to
Antigua and Montserra:, accompanied by hi. Permanent A young man called Kade
Secretary F. L. Cozier. Simon who has sung in 47
The Antigua vis1 haccunnries fourd one country
Chief Minister Vere Bil That Hurricane too cold for him England
opened discussions on Bird's elief Mon in January of this year. So
"loose fedeiadon ias of aBis Relef cold was it that the poor
"loose fede-ation" idecas of a r man walked out of engage,
Custom s Union, and econo- Long Letter From D.U.P.P, man walked out do engage,
mist Dr. Carleen OLough- Leader s at the London Hilton,
lin was present at the talks: a reunion par.y with Lis
talks were also carried t We were unable to print a be- sister Lrris (S. R, N. at
tlk e e fl i Cie o latedllyreceived long lette: from Mr. Colindale Hospital and win-
later in the :week with Chief F.A: Baron on the subject of the Der of the Commonwealth
1-inister Bramble of Monser, $s00,o00 hurricane relief grant by Gold Medal for Nursing), a
rat. No other govrnmepts the S.o.S. In this l.r Mr. Baron G old M edl for Nursing)
in the Leeward or Winl, hjts at :he Miiisterof Finiance for lecture to be given to West
ward Islands expressed publ-c not rtelasing mre than $94,258 so Indian Studen; and an ap,
fir this year, although the phasing pearance on the British Tdele
interest. On the air line issue, du tothe limitation of P.W.D. vision.
(in which a London story capacity) called for by the S.o.S. is
had involved the St. Lucia at the rate of $io,ooo per quarter. Eut Kade Simon, better '
Government) strong denial He castigates thr" f Minister's known as LORD BRYNNER,
of anv a6t 6,vhIA h.',goiaat '_ ... -- .... --:J-.
with age Airlir.es was te ldsp.d ana through his engagement at
with Enagle Aitr...es w-s the amount already spent) as "spurs engagement at
issued on Wednesday by ous" and says that the delay will the, Garib Cinema on Wed,.
Communications Minister for cause further deterioration of "roads neaday night. The enthu/
St. Lucia Joseph M. D. and othcr conditions". The gist of siastic pit audience cheered
(Evans) Bousquet his complaint is that the delay i and clapped1 the bald-leaded
Svans .Oferi calling for an audit is "a redherring calypsonian in calypsoes
Rice Conferenice calculated to fool the public." Mr. cyp p
The annual Rice Confer Baron goes on g to query whether Michel, Yvonne, Tiger in Your
ence was started on Thu.rs this is a plan "to return vzst sums Tank and many others of a
d ay in Mntsera to f the' once more to H.M. Treasury" or sexy nature, though his more
day Montserrat to ix the perhaps the spending next year of serious calypsoes such as
price of B.C. rice for the "the grand sum of $750,000.... Guardian an Mirror a n d
coming year. Dominica was woold create a favourable psycholo, True in the Cono ol r
represented by Hon. N.A.N. gical impact on the electorate." He Trole in the Congo orly re
Ducreay, Minister of Trade predicts that the lteter attempt will ceived mild applause. The
S rueibe made and that in 1965 "there Swinging Stars gave him
& Production. will be.no stoppage of work pending magnificent support Dom,
--- --- audited statements," also that "we nica can be really proud of
Haana--Nassau will find that the $750,000 will not
have been spent in the public intGrest of this ten-piece combo.
Flights Started but will be wasted and converted Brynner, whcse Rich Man,
into electioneering largesse." Poor Man, has sold a million
Bahamanians Demon- dics, has just start-d his own
state A Democratic record company in Jamaica.
On Monday afternoon Party He earned his first dollar for
this week the first plane of a singing in Novembtr 1958
regular weekly service from The reception given by the Chair- and was a finalist for the
Hgua Cua to N u man and Board ofDominica Banana Trinidad Calypso Crown
Havana, Cuba, to Nassau, Growers t association for Mr. Jack following year nd ever
Bah2mas, crouched down at Spectr(London Rep. WINBAN)and the following year nd ever
Nass. u International Airport Mr. D.A. Henry (WINBAN Chair, since. Since then his fame
to ihe inaigrnaion of many man) was a popular success, ,ttcnd- has s p r e a d world-wide,
Bahamanians. The air., ed by growers from all over Domin, thanks to his 120 recordings.
port was crowded with a ica ably promtred by Gen. Manager During his world tour,
demonstrationAlec Boy] and catered for elegantly Biynrer told the HERALD,
demonstration of between by Mrs. Therese Pinard, Bynrer the HERALD,
500 and 600 perscns bearing he liked Israel the best, h
placards saying "Go home, York,Miami and Canada met Jomo Kenyatca, was
Castro Communism, gobut no pssengers filled the made an honorary member
home" and "Keep Cm 90 seats. The Captain lef of the Masai tribe (Ralph
munism out of the Baha, two crew members cn the Bunche is the only other
mas." The plane brought plane and brought three into honorary member), sang
67 bags of mail, believed I migration. The plane calypsoes in the Congo,
mn,,tl,, ai lorrric, frr New (Cont. on 12) found Khartoum and Athens

Landslides & Swollen River
Man Drowned In Roseau River
T the time of going to press the body of Alphonse
Xavier who was drowned in the raging Roseau River
last Saturday and swept ou: to sea had not been recovered.
Xavier was attempting to rescue his common-law wife
Denise David stranded on a rock in the river. She was
eventually pulled out on the end of a rope by Firemen F.
Cuffy and B. Bethel. At about the same time Xavier's
son, Richard, was knocked down by a truck in Newtown.
Unusually heavy rains during the past week have
caused swollen rivers and several landslides. A small one
blocking access to the power station at Trafalgar was soon
cleared, but it took nearly tree days to open up the Layou
Valley Road at Atlee, during which time traffic for ,the
North had to go via the Imperial Road.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS General de Gaulle
MIss: NITA BARROW, Sister ofthe ENERAL ." acres de
Barbados Premier, and Nurse L. 1 .b
Louisy-Wa!wyn of St. Kitts left G aulle, President of
Wednesday" rafi..r <-np ,1'., tbeir France, touched down at
f!^P _c'- ;..*:-_ ., .'.- -'-: a r-, LYr .SunBY w
MR. & MRS. W. Armantreding and the first la i.;of his good will
children arrivedon M. V. Geestland our "of Sth A merica
Wednesday CAPTAIN Bill Joseph to outh merca
(W. L. Euniia) arrived by air from which (he had predicted in
U. S. after 5 months vacation with Martinique las march)
Mrs. Joseph: "fantastic" was their would extend France's influ-
verdict on the N. Y. World's Fair ence and pres*ige in that con-
CHIEF M i n ist er LeBlancleaves: He was gr d
Sunday to attend meeting in St. Lu,, t ; g e t y
cia of Windward Islands Broad- thousands of ch
casting Council EXTRA/MURAL in Venezuela, Colombia and
Tutor (Trade Union Education) Ecuador this week, arrive,
Rex Nettleford vi stts Dominica ing in Peru yesterday, and
September 27 29 will visit three other South
SAmerican States next week.
Dawbiney, (See Graham Norton's Paris Letter, p.8)
0. G, S. Remem-
ber Jeffers HARBOUR LOG--
er ersWE 25.9.64
Prior to a talk Tribute M.V. Sunrise (Saguenay)
to Mr. Jeffers by President arrived Monday, discharged
Charles A. Mayriard, mem 200o tens general cargo of
bers of the Dawbiney Literary codrFsh, flour, snouts etc.
Club observed one minute's Unloading hampered by
silence to mark the death of rain caused stopover until
Mr. Nathaniel Adolphus Tuesday. Schooner Harriet
Jeffers. WlhittakLr (agents J.G. Royer)
In his tribute the President arrived Monday general
Mr. C. A. Maynard identi, cargo. M ITankerJotank dis,
fled the connection between charged Shell Fuels at Fond
Mr. Jeffers and the Dawbiney Cold. M.V. Geestland dis,
Literary Cl u b. He de, charged 36 tons general cargo
scribed the formation of the (incl. 3 vehicles) and loaded
Dominica Grammar School bananas. M. V. Crusader
Literary C lu b in 1949 loaded lime-juice for U. K.
which club was formed left Friday. Schooner
(Cont. on p. 2) W.L. Eunicia from Ports-
mouth loaded cargo for Bar.
ooor and dishonest and was bados: Capt. Bill Joseph
impressed by Addis Ababa resumed command after vac,
and Rome, action in U.S.


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Physical Educa- !Prince Philip's Scholarships

tion Volunteer

British Volunta-y Service
Overseas rcciuit Miss M. E.
Smitn commenced a one
year assignment as t-aeher of
physical education this week.
She is the third volunteer for
Dominica, and was recruiedl
by the National Union of
Students, Britain. She gained
her diploma from Dunferm-
line College.

Recital Of French
At Wesley High School
Members of the Cercle Francais,
groups of French students and others
interested are invited to listen to a
short recital jf Freach records on
MONDAY next, Sept. 28, at 6.15
p.m. at W. H. S. The recital will
include: Dominique by the Singing
Nun, Entre le Etoile;, Folksongs
Antillais, French cabaret hits and
Echoes of Paris (piano, by Ceorges

British Nuclear
Nuclear Pow



Visit Abroad tion Report
The Music Lovers' Band .
pla backgro nd First cftwo Windward Islands President Johnson received on
ill play background music scholarships to the College of the Thursday the report of the Warren
on several occasions during Virgin Islands was awarded to Commission which investigated the
the visit of HRH Prince Convent High Schcol teacher Lola death of President John Kennedy.
Philip Duke of Edinburgh. Shillingford who left on Wednesday - --
The Queen's husband will to read arts for two years associate. SOLUTION TO
e greeted on the jety o shi after which (if successful sh CROSSWORD NO. 2
will transfer to a United states
only by officialdom but by University for her Batchelor of. rts MEM ][MI] E[E[]l-A][[A E
the Band and a Guard of degree.
Honour; the Band will also Mr. L.A.J. Simon, assistant [R[A][P[[ [D ]S[ -][R
play as Portsmouth, where social development officer left for [ ] D
the Prince will embark Britain last week to attend a six-
abme drilnce wl emYdarhl months course in Community Devdel- [i[I[r[[[[[
aboard Royal Yacht Britain; opment at London University's In
2ia. No official dutqils ofj stitute of Education. _[ Sfl m]
the visit have reached the W H.S. Extension
HERALD yet. E s\\\\\\\"\% M ,11
Patois Proverb Grant
Ckaque bet- afeu clair pou Approval has been rbtainm/ S E]E [ 3] ][V[M]
l'ame-yo. ed from the S. o. S. for a

(Every firefly lights a way
for his own soul.)

Public opinion polls indicate that
the British Conservative Party has
.caught up with the Labour opposi.
tin., (Elec ion, Oct. 's). -CP.
Plant For Italy
Ver Station.


C. D. & W. giant of $403 PRIZEWINNER test procedures and comr,
to cover part of the cost of munications.
the 'building of the Sixth- The first crrct solution The battalion leaves
Year classroom under the opened on Thursday was Dominica on December ist.
staff room, which was corn, that f Mervyn Hill of 47
pleledi ast May. Federation Drive who there, Quintuplets In
fore winj the pize of $3.. OO0'
--- The only other correct results Indonesia
Relief Drug were seni in by Francilia JAKARTA, Sept. 22, CP: Newsp2.
David of Vieille Case and per Hintang Timur reported ioday
SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 21, C: Julien Guiste of4, Winston that the wife .f an Indonesian farm,
Research scientists say that a drug, Lanei, Gcodwill. (We re Cr ID South Sumatra h.s given birth
'is .. 1vent "'lo .4 to quintuplets. It Raid. that th e
used to prevent blood -clotting has great the colloquial clue given to hi upyets.yea d mo thr,fou then
been found effective against hay fever, for "Mines" by our Cross, tthreear mother, four sons
.asLe a and eivaginst hay f or Miesby our rossand one daughter, are all in good
as'nd record CC ?oser.) health.

A PRIZE OF THREE DOLLARS ($3.00) will be awarded to the first correct solution of
the NEW HERALD CROSSWORD opened. All results must reach the HERALD Office not later
than midday on Thursday, October 8th. The Editor's decision is final. You have two
weeks to complete. Please mark your envelope "Crossword No. 3".


18 19 1 (I28 M [-] )


The s e c o n d of two 400-ton chargedischarge
machines which will handle nuclear fuel into and
out of the reactors at the 200-Megawatt nuclear
power station at a Latina, near Rome, Italy, under,
goes final testing at a Bristol, England, works where
the machines were built.

Anguilla fish
Says again
German province

Water drop
Alliance initials
Book of the Bible

Big coffee exporter
Makes errors
Oil (with Extra)
Hill village
A matter of degrees
Twanging Instrument
Cutting part
Indian Prince
Red Indian emblem
As a flower opens
Holds water
Painted in South Seas
Cooperative insects

Frog noise
Smoked pig
One sings
Famous French line
Of sound wind




Worcesters To
Exercise In
Wh-n the Worcestershire
Regiment's first battalion
arrives in D-iminica aboard
a R. N. frigate at the begin,
ni.g of Nuvemoer for their
jungle training, they will
stage a short exercise in
Ros:au assisted by police,
cadets and other groups,
at cording to a Government
Taking place in ihe early
mortng, tnis exercise will
simulate an emergency land,
ing to assist a government of
a British territory o maintain
law and order in the event
of a disaster or riot and will



wanted, he could have arranged".
Mr. Southwell said towards the
end of his long statement which
decribcd Goldgar's acrivit.cs as
land spe-ulation, "It must be made
publi that Mr. Goldgar became
very Ir ld -nd thrpetened r. to to

E BELIEVE i- the right of the individual to freedom Washington and tell the Agency for
of expression. We publish the views of individuals International Devdlpment not to give
and w)ll continue to publish these even when they are not this government any assistance be,
in accord with the views of this newspaper. cause we refused to give licenses to
A Thel) -e MI) ftf erMr Pa \ ils n. i t iAmericans to own land in this
The Ch-ef Minister, Mr. Padl Suthwell, who is a Territory". Headed: "It iseherefore
journalist, ought to know that the views expressed in letters my intention to invite the Executive
to the Editor of any newspaper, do not necessarily reflect Council which is the Gcv'roment Sept.'
the opinions of that newspaper, and that the views of The of this Terr.tnry to take the necessary
Democrat are expre:.sd in its editorial columns only. steps t3 see to it that Mr. Goldgar is
We know how the Chief Minister feels; we know noThis is a farreachg step but I
Government feels when a letter i; published containing am going to copy this Release for
criticism or comment adverse to what they stand for; but information to the Americen Consul
we believe that we would be failing in our duty to protect in Barbados and the State Depart-
the public's right of expression, if we were t) stifle the mention Washington because Iam
views of others. sure both Departments wo u 1 d
svi s of oers. support similar action against any-
We provide the public a forum for expressing their one who attempted to behave to the
views with three restrictions only-those imposed by law- United States and to its President as UG
libel, sedition and obscenity. Mr. Goldgar has attempted to be- Fi
It was in that spirit that we published a letter in our have to this country and to its Chie
issue of August 22 above the nom-de-plume, "Taxpayer, Minister. Pa
and it is in this same spirit that we publish on pae 2 of Baptismal Names
this issue a letter, from the Chief Minister. Mr. Southwll's ninth child (a
The Chief Minister in this letter writes: "I thought la Eva cetly been bapti
William Evander Fitzgerald Shake-
that if you agreed to print such pernicious rubbish you might have speare and wil! be called Shakespeare Sep
found it necessary to offer your own comments on it but not a word an event which gave rise to de,
comes from you." risive comment in the same news -
If we were to accept the Chief Minister's invitation to paper, the correspondent (aftei hint-
comment on letters and we:e to comment on his letter, we I tthoy would suffer there
would point out that our busy Chief Minister found time; "And so good friends, sweet
time to quote Shakespeare irrelevanly, to beg. the question friends, lovers of Shakespeare and
that he is "deliberately mismanaging Gov-rnment", to Kennedy; let me not str you into
,assume that "Taxpayer" does not pay taxes, to dodge the any sudden rash ofIre. He that has
S. "- -c0. ,1ae i.oo cit of them all -- is an honourable
than $2o,ooo; in all, time to write a letter that could have man: and his recent atior.s should 1 C
been half as long and twice as strong. show us that freedom of speech is
Wewill continue t, assert our faith in our readers' denied and like Mark Anthony, we
ability to draw their ov.n conclusions from matters which speak "under his leave" a our own
,,e funeral.a
they read. We have this faith because our iiews policy fe r l. i
encourages independent thought--we give facts and do not Southwel lf for Britain to attend a
force ready made opinions or comments upon the.n. course an Irdus:rial Development
St. Kitts Press Battle ve washed my own clothes at king's C Cmbide.
some hotels I stayed at. I didn't have ---- ---
.Freedom f .Speech I e to do it". Mr. Southwvell's written La t APolitical
Freedom Of Speech Issue reply took up several columns of print e Political "
A1, T" ....... .. and auooed slabs of Shakespeare. Entry
ALTHOUGH Dominica is pro The attitude of the Administra-or to. Ent
bably the worst British Car wards civil servants was r.p!ied to, Miss Fatima nnah (70,
bean exarnple of governmental at' also the factthat the correspondent M Fatima nnah (70),
tempts to muffle the radio and curb who criticised the St. Kitts' CM had sister of the founder cfPakis,
the press, other West Indian island described him (Southwell) as an 'out- tan state, is backed by five
governments are in divers ways jitter- sider' and called for a local son of political parties ranging from
ing aLout too .iuch cutspokenness, t-e soil to be Chief Minister. (Mr. lef to right in ber campaign
actual or potential. Southwell was born in Dominica). l to o t P i t Pi en
In St. Lucia on August 24 The Chamber of Commerce is in to oust Pakistan's President
Japanese journalist who did not have evolved in the battle. Ayoub Khan in the coming

an advai.ce viva was re'nsed permis-
sion to land and write articles about
that island which (says the St. Lucia
Herald) might have served the pro-
motion of tourist.
We reprint on this page an editor *
rial fror the St. Kitts Democrat of
Sept. 3, 1964, since it is heartening
to se. other small new spapers stano-
in' up for the principles of freedom
ofspe:ch and expression. Democrat's
editor is a woman.
Industrial M ssion Criticized
The reason for publication of that
editorial in St. Kitts arose fiom cor,
respordence in the Democrat which
was highly critical of St. Kitts' Chief
Minister. He went on an 'Industrial
Mission" recently with Hon. R. L.
Brad'haw, and the amount of money
spent was questioned: Mr. Southwell
told the press it was "nearer to
$,oo000 than $20,ooo", (we quote)

Battle Of Badmanners
That is tot all. A. U.S. inves-
tor (Mr. M. Goldgar) came to St.
Kitts to get Government's permission
to build a Ioo-room hotel and So
houses 'for Americans of good
character at Salt Pond; his com-
pany apparently owns Iooo acres in
St. Kitts. "The Chi e f Minister
could only give me 10 minutes -- he
seems to be'busy doing nothing",
said Mr. Goldar. The Democrat re,
ported these words, and they evoked
a lengthy rebuttal from C.M. South,
wellincluding the statement that the
Democrat report ".hat I could only
spare Mr. Goldgar ten minutes is a
deliberate, blatant and malicious lie
and also a piece of effrontery. The
truth is that Mr. Goldgar's subject
matter did not seem worthy of a sub,
sequent meeting at a time which, if he

presidential election.
Contractor's Services
When you want to build, be it a
business place, a dwelling house or
renovation in or out of town you
need a Builder Contractor, Why
not contact D. J. B. Bruney (popu-
larly known as Brother Bruns),
48 Steber Street, Pottersville for
top quality workmanship.
Moderate Prices.
For reference contact Dominica
Cooperative Bank or Mr. Ted Honey.
Signed D. J. B. BRUNEY.

Editorial from The Democrat, St. Kitts



Super Jet is the new, revolutionary
way to quickly and easily remove hair
from legs and under arms. Just apply
Super Jet, leave on for 10 minutes
and then wipe hair away with a damp
cloth. Super Jet has no offensive
odor! (Your husband can use Super
Jet too, it's excellent razorless way to
shave for men with problem beards.)

HERALD at J. G. Royer's Sept. 19-26
Supermarket in K i n g
George V Street! -


Old D. G. S. Building
from 9.00 p. m.




ilvanize Sheets, Sewers, Pipes and
things, Celotex, Acoustic Ceiling Tiles,
lints, Electrical Fittings, Bedsteads,
attresses, C ha. r s, Typewriters,
idios, Oas Stoves Etc., Etc.
Pt. 19, 26.-Oct. 3, ro
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,elotex, Stoves, Mattres-
;es, Sinks, Batteries, Dead j
ind Rim Locks, QChairs, I
Mirrors, Slop Pails, Pipe |
Wrenches etc. etc. etc. i
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Ignorance personified It seem so evident that one
becomes a public enemy whenever his motives are to cdu-
cate and enlighten his people.
I regret very much to have to deprive my readers of
another in the serIes on political education to have to reply
to the author under the caption of "Anxious Reader". It
is a true saytng that food's rush in where angels fair to tread.
And that where ignorance is bliss tis folly to be wise.
Any one who read the letter of Anxious Reader can
clearly see that the writer failed miserably to make a point
on the issue at stale criticising my article on the D.U.P.P.
being an obstacle to National Progress. And until the
writer denies one point raised in my article I am prepared
to consider his reply as being personal and not factual.
And my estimation of such an individual is that he or she
is highly educated in ignorance and wAl versed in illiteracy.
Why' should the writer insist in calling on the
HERALD to reject my articles when we believe in the free
dom of the press ? Why the writer should be particularly
severe on the Stevens, is it because we though few are a
force to be reckoned with when it comes to corruption, and
other such aspects which contribute to political and econo-
mic backwardness ? We are extremely proud of our
character which is responsible for our fairlessness (sic) when
it comes to anything d~ic mental to society. -
The cowardice of the individual can be clearly seen in
the writers failing to place his or her signature at'the end of
his or her article. This infernal habit that persons have to
screen themselves behind the iron curtain to make attacks
in the press is something that must be watched carefully
ancdsudh men are dangerous.
SJ do not think it necessary to waste valuable time and space to con-
tinei my comments on an anonymous letter mixed with some ambiguity
here and there and which is a perfect example of statements lacking logic
and convincing arguments..
I would like :to make a point i connection to Mr. Swinburne
*Lliradgs amclE-oniE Irflttinppeag saAhGJinicle i
dated 2nd Sept. 1964. The writer seemed to have left his business for a
moment to concern himself with the ability of the Dominica Minister cf
Education as far as handling matters in this particular portfolio i; concerned.
I would be happy to inform him and others who tend to think
alike, that the Dominica Minister for Education has had thirty eight years
of experience in education as well as being qualified from a recognized
instiiibn and who was responsible for making a valuabk coi.trburon
to th6 professional and clerical section of this territLry, I'shlJgd:i further
though w.tti a certain amount of eluctauce to state that he is now the
representative of some of the Eastern Caribbean certzries now attending
the Commonwealth Education Conference beld in Canada. So for the
information of youtn writing in the press they must be fully knowledgeable
of the facts and must not allow their earlier stages of their journalistic
career to be marred by personal sentiments or by external influences.
The Stevens, father & son. Not the editorial "we"- Ed.

GAINS AGAIlST the mosquito was wiped out in the
YLLOW FEVER i65 areas heavily infsted in 1953
when the country's eradication pro-
gram began.
Aedes Aegypie Mosquito In Dominica Colombia, .he report says,
"may possibly be declared free of
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 9 - Pan the mosquito in 1965." The coun-
Amercan Sanita.y Bureau experts try's big problem is in cleaning up
have reported steady gains over 17 areas reinfested with the mosquito.
years in curbing yellow fever spread According to the experts, these
in towns and cities throughout the are the remaining areas of aede;
Hemisphere. aegypti in the Western Hemisphere:
The experts cited successes from Briush, Dutch and French Guianas;
1947, beginning of a continent-wide a part of Venezuela; the Southern
campaign to wipe-out the urban United States: plus some nations
carrier of the disease, the aedes aegypti and territories in the Caribbean, in
mosquito. cluding the Dominican Republic,
Haiti and Jamaica. Dominica is
In a report to top'level public particularly heavily infested. USIS
* 1-_.14 1 --1. .... t_ L- ... '.

nhealn omcUils meeung nere, he ex-
perts listed the main gains as these:
16 countries and territories
declared free ofthe mosquito, are:
Bolivia, brazil, Costa Rica, Chile,
Ecuador. El Salvador, Guatemala,
Honduras, Me x i c o, Nicaragua,
Panara, Paraguay, Peru, and
Uruguay; plus British Honduras
and the Panama Canal Zone.
Argentina, according to the
report, is "considered free" of the
d;*casc. Officials verified last year

announce change of date for:
Film Show at Wesley
High School now )n
Saturday Sept. 26
at 8.00p.m.
Sept, 19--26

Saving Fyes
The Blind

Three British speci
working in the Depart
of Ophthalmology at
minster Hospital, Lot
have developed a succ
technique for deep-fre
donor eyes.
The specialists I
Mueller, T. A. Casey
P.D. TrevorRoper--des
the technique in a recent
of the British Medical
nal. They say that th
satisfactory methods exis
grafting the cornea -
outer transparent coat of
eyeball there is a he
of donor eyes.EEen though
available eyes have been
frozen at four degrees
grade, they quickly be
unsuitable for grafting
full thickness of the c,
It is possible to keep p
thickness grafts, which re
clear, but full thickness
rarely remain so unie
particular internal su
called, the endotheliun
intact and its cells alive
the time the graft, is
The problem was to

For method of "banking" eyes( Results hSve been encou/
which would keep them raging. Seven of the grafts
viable for long periods. The were observed for six months
new technique, the specialists after the operation: five of
lists, say. "seems at last to answer these were successful and
tment this problem". remained quite clear. The
West- Thei' method is first to other two grafts are now in
ndcn, irrigate the eye with a solu/ their third month after op-ra,
:esful tion of a substance called tion and also lo:k like being
ezing dimethyl s u lph o s i d e successful.
(DMSO) and then suspend
F. O. it in a glass tube containing Mystery Attack
and a solution of glycerol and off Ouba
scribe human plasma. The tube is uba
Issue sealed, cooled slowly to PUERTO Rico, Sept. r6,
J ur, minus fortyfive degrees centi C. P. Tke Castro govern,
iough grade and then transferred to meant d urban exiles are
t for a deepfreeze bank where the each blaming the other for
the eyes are k:pt at minus seventy, the machine-gunning of the
f the nine degrees centigrade. Spanish freigher S i e r r a
ortage Eyes band in this way Aranzazu. T h ree crew
;h the have been stored for up to 29 members were killed and
deep- days. ,After rapid thawing, stven injured when two un-
centi, all the eyes were clear and identified speed beats attacked
:come nine full thickness cornea t;v i,6oo ton siip and set it
Sthe grafts have been performed afire off the eastern tip of
,rnea. wiih them. The grafts were Cuba.
partiall carried out oil patients who
main included a man of 63 with
grafts saandblast injury aad women SAM'S GARAGE
ss a in: middle and old age with
rface, recurrent ulcers of the eyes. Now mo ve d from
i, is Only'eyes that have been Jolly's Lane back to
re at banked within five hours of Scotland's Lane,
done. death were used in these At yur service for
find a operations. yre rs welding.
body repairs 4 welding.


Major Thompson presents the key of the amLulance to Hon. W. S.
S.evens at the Princess Margaret Hosphi., last July. The ambulance
was purchased with money raised by the Hospital Appeals Fund.




i i -

We have good lands to sell:
Why don't you buy a
Come to the citadel,
Folks, and apply.
Naturally it would aid
All applications made
If you were rulingset
Or civil serv.:nts (ret.),
But why not try :

If you want green.gold, man,
Pay survey fee-,
Rightawiy get a 'lan,
See lawyer, please!
Peasants are not debarred
But should not talk too hard,
And foreigners must creep
To get their ownership,
Its denc with ease.
We have good lands to sell:
Why don't vou buy:


The Coloured Children Of
The Midlands

by Jack Monro

THIS is a scrappy effort to speaking it well, many Wst
Reproduce a few, points Indian children are handi-,
for the benefit of West Indian capped by their own manner
friends, by shorthand tran- of talking the language whic'i
scription, from the B. C's they Sfid hard to moJify.
Aigust -Ioth --"udlands but at least they rarely nave
To'icality Unit" 40-minute to face it like the small Pun-
production describing the jabis do suddenly flown
current conditions for colo'lr, over here on a Friday and
ed children in the Birming, pushed into school on the
ham-Wolverha-npton area of Monday, shivering with fear
the English Midlands. and generally cold. The
Stuart Hall, Research Fel, first mix-up the Headteacher
low in the University of has to face is the mix up over
Birmingham, with the help names, with strange problems
of additional recordings by of apparent confusion be,
Keith Ackrill and Anne tween boys and girls, not to
ei, was te main aker, mention total vagueness about
exact year of birth ... oh, it
Birmiagham, he said, is was during that season when
the microcosm of the pro, it rained a lot... or when
blems which maoy other the cow died, etc. The pass,
cities will have to face. In port official, of course, ,has
some districts every sec nd made an inspired guess at the
face is coloured, every second children's age on the prin-
hocse is "foreign", half the cipal: b igg e r olde:,
children are "not English". smaller younger.
Nearly 7% of the 175,ooo And ofcoarse those East-
children in the city's schoolsern girls accustomed to the
are immigrants, of whom girls accustomed to the
.r im idea of marriage at a very
one-third come frcm the Irish idea of marriage at a very
Republic and Europe, and early age and suddenly pu
two-thirds from the Con, into a class surrounded by
two-thirds frora the Co-,
monwealth. boys, become quite bewild-
monwealtere. Such are some of the
Curiously, only one-in-a- emotional problems.
hundred of these immigrant
children have really t serious Educational problems: Has
language difficulties. F o r the child had any education?
them, special help is given by . even in his own lan,
the city's speech-specialists. guage Some of the children
On the other hand, whereas cannot even recognize what
Indian and Pakistari children a picture is or is for. A
are plunged almost overrn.ght picture is something they
into school knowing not a have never seen. And then,
word of English, and end up (Cont. on p. 8)



By R.;e.j

I I ____ J -
(Co tesy UI:ited Stutes Ij'o'i u mar a S'- i!,."

* ---~------- ------ -

People in love do get impatient!

You can phone a lot of word
period.. including the three
tant ones. Quick! Pass the
or cable. A three-minute ca
keep someone happy for clay
object for Cable & Wir
whole world in their arms.
authority makes the connect
& Wireless pass the word.


s in a minimum Inter-Island Operator Dialling. During 1964/5
S st im 14 million dollar develop.nent of astern Caribbean'
ee most impor- ~ . i';'" ,
communications w:%eake' lacc. channel capacity on
word by phone main trunk route )illi te'iinteased up to thirty times.
II from you can A new multi-channel link Wiil'give direct connection
with th, U.S.A. and Canada to the world-spanning
/S Distance no Cotm;vrnwoalth Cable. The next planned step willT
less have the pioi]deopn'ab-r-diallingbectweeno'manYoftheislands,
ThfIs nais:iv i.'pgera'in. ;':7 yet )inolhcer .:'iCation of
Your telephone ,,,,;: confidence in tHe ca'rmcial 'futoire of he
action. ... Cabje. Wdet ndios.

"r LA.DI SS)u, Ta. i.
n LAH'L, .'RlK U I m l5





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famous Foem by Edward
Thomas. Interesting or
uninteresting as the words of
this pcem may be to various
people, it vwcol be aincs:
ntercsting to Edward Thomas
cf Marigot, if only the poem
was complete w i. h the
author's audress.
For this season, Mrs, Edi-
tor. I beg a little space in
your columns and hope in
future that writers or p:I
blish:rs be brvec e!,ough to

Government's coffers.
We have a lot more and
to cultivate, br.t, we are
afraid of heading all thes:
stems way down the road.
The Mopo feeder road -x,
pects to get its share of rha:
$8oo0ooo, and with that
help hcpts to be moto able

Young P-ophet
nft *

F we accept the fact that calysonians are
the natural baliadmrakers of this region,
and are (at their peak) social comments,
tors whose stinging lines cannot be inhibi,
ted by censorship, and if we forgive them
their obscenities as we forgive other indivi,
duals their pomposities, we are bound to
admit that the 'top calypsonians' are a
force in this hemisphere. They have be-
come a travelling force too, bounding
across continents like quicksilver, taking
with them the idiom and sometimes the
idiocies of West Indian life to expose to
wondering foreigners.
It was our pleasure this week to renew
acquaintance with a calypsonian who was
crowned n federal times and whc, with
a loyalty rare in local political circles
(since calypsonians are politicians as well
as artists), deterr ined to look up an old
friend.-' It made no difference that the air-
conditioned ministerial office had been ex,
e iaL.n awe, matchbo.:; the offer of
a simple meal tor old iniw-s saRe" -W ~-
accepted with alacrity. The pleasing
thing about this,encounter is that top cal-
ypsonians are devoid of colour and class
inhibitions. They simply recognise fellow
West Indians as such.
It was C.L.R. James who placed the
calypsonian squarely in the front rank of
sociopolitical commentators with his post,

People's Post

federal pamphlet on "We Failed Misera, i.sert addresses. eplie --
bly" from Sparrow's unforgettable Yours sinctr.ly,
lament. Who docs not recollect, alsc, the EDWARD THOMAS, Dear Editor,
poor little doggie in the Russian satellite Marigot 20, 9, 64 Thanks for space to cas
or Pay/as.youearn: Editor's note: Alis, the En. tigate Grand Bay's'Chief Prophet'
yi ifor belttiing my inspired p-ophecy.
Over a million discs of Rich Man, Poor lisih poet E'ward Tlomas was A Villige Board in Grand Bay
Man (1960)- that is a formidable record killed in his early twenties, dur, will take years of planned, diplo-
of a formidable recording, we were glad ing the 1914--18 war. He matic work. The Deux-ponts-Yee'
that the calypsonian concerned spoke of was a lov.r of the countryside, of Yee Road takes only a month or two
his calypsoes as of'an art' quie simply. flowers andfields; and although Fut re this road still remains
--;, cFurthnrmore this road still remains
Although calypsonians may be regarded born poot he was a considerable the shortest pdssge to get to G.Bay
as modern troubadours, mariy people re- scholar. We congratulate our from the out villages. Hundreds of
great that they have neither the rornanrticsm letter-writer on bearing the same villagers still trod ttis road t: garden
nor the idealism of the clctime trouba, name. or otherwise. Three more gigantic
or i heaps of debris joined in greeting
dours and wandering bards. Let us --- passers-by on their journey (this is
admit that the calypsoni.n's attitude to, Thank You siamefal). With hurricane in the
wards womankind is generally pretty air, lookout Chief Prophet your
debased. Our historians might blame Dear Sir, gre mit be there!
this tendency upon slaverydays: but there I appreciate your pub!ish- For baote ideas homes
is no cther trace of slave mentality in the ing my name and address in quest of Why is the income tax pressure so
modern calytsonian. He is a free agent pen pals in your paper some months gt cn us villagers To pay you or
--he say what he pleases and goes .where ago. bc 30 boys and girls wot Mr. Honoutalle
he wills. We wish that professional p Cerno oop on b Withsand. and stones on the
il. ...... ..J.-,:,^,: ,, -,, 3 fna C p,-. Certain of your cooperation, I sub- spot,.nurry then, Lhief Prophet and
analysis and selfmockery. The worl4 pal: he wculd greatly like Domini' call fit.
would become a brighter place to live in, can pen pals. When is vote none 1954 Yes!
and tyranny would fall into rapid decline. Name: Frederic Em-ner, YOUNG PROPHET -- Grand Bay
As our friend said, se are the only sing, Addiess: T4 Golf Road,
ers outside of musical comedy who make New jersey
their audiences laugh. Most of the other U. s.A. Referee's
performers cause people to turn off the Hobbies: Correspondence; phil- Decision Is Final
radio or cry." ately; swimming; music; and
siidying Japaree. 7T
s-udyin 7Japase. AM vdam,-I am forced to
A3e: 17.
SMany thanks, refer to an announcement
Pat Knows Who LOUISE SCHOLAR. which came over tLe radio

Correspondents are asked to sbmit theirfudl names and addresses as
a guarantee of good faith. but not necessarily for publication. Letters should Madam,
be as short as possible. Controversial political Istters will not be pub- In e Stuart William's Note
lished anonymously. Views expressed in People's Pos do not necessarily Book, the writer could have as well
reflect the policy of the Ed.tor or the 2rprietor. siged his true na- instead f s
_______ ---. -- --- signed his true namr instead cf using
lTl this excursion I guess there were peo, "Stuart C. J. Williams" as a
That Guadeloupe ple who conducted themselves pro, Nom-de-plume, for surely it's only
Fia o perly. lo quote, the great philoso- one wearing glasses of iron that wont
FiascoPlato "One cannot practice proper see whois the author.
conduct continuously" and I mus: Since when, may I ask, has Stuart
Sir, add that men are fallible, therefore, G. J. Williams been such an experi,
As a citizen of Dominica, I whenever our manners are challen, enced political writer ?
humbly accept and was proud of ged by any stranger we mest remem. I guess all he did to, that Note
Mr. Lestrade's letter published in the be Mr. Peluer. Book was to read and sign.
Chronicle last wee ek. His letter Manners start at home, therefore, Does the author consider it infra
caused me to recall the remarks of he implies that our people are not dig to use name in answer to Pat
Mr. Pe'tier in connection with the well-cultured; but we all can pin- Stevens Note Book, and so uses a
excursion. point many well-cultured people our henchman's name for that purpose, or
I did not get a booking for the island We need, therefore, an ex, is it an Election s u n t
Guadeloupe excursion, hoping for planation from Mr. Peltier (who is a I wonder.
the second trip but I was disappoin, wellcultured gentleman) which the Anyway Madam,
ted. The reasons given by Mr. Pel, public will accept whole-heartedly. PATNOES Hoo, Colihaut.
tier as to why the trip was put off, In conclusion, I hope most of you
were not substantial one nor the cri, have read Mr. Lestrade's letter, which --
ticism constructive. I discussed with other excursionists,
Mr. Peltier as most of us know who were pleased with his letter, and Another Edward
has been trying to m a k e some im, agreed with his statements. As I L Ed wa
provement in this country, and this have said previously most of us can Thomas
we are proud for, But one must pinpoint the wellcumtured people in
know, in doing good there can also island, and those I interviewed about
be bad: this is what has r e s u t e d Mr. Lestrad's letter are also well Dear Mrs. Editor,
from Mr. Peltier's good. His state- educated. As I read through yes,
ment was a general one, and thi; is a Yours respectfully, terday's paper, on page six I
ni.ik he has left for Dominica, yet on M. P. WHYIE, Roseau. came to "Words" from the

Mopo's Unmotor-
able Road
Dear Editor,
Please allow me space
on your paper to express a
wish on behalf of all the
Banana Growers in the
Mopo Grand Bay area.
I am calling the Govern,
ment asking them not tv for,
get that fetder road. It is a
year since the road was
bulldozed, yet, more than
half of that twomile long
road has not had drainage.
The place is plain no good.
When rain is falling, trucks
reach only one third of the
In our big Grand Bay the
Mopo area is second to none
in yielding banana stems and
the more stems we can get
through to Roseau, the more
revenue that gets into the

in the 1.15 p m. local news
on Monday the 2ris Septem,
be; in which a report of the
D. G. S. vs. Blackburn
match played on Saturday
,he I9.h September was g ven
by the programme assistant
Mr. Havis St. R. Shilling,
ford who states that "Black/
burn's found themselves ac
the wrong end of the game
when two controversial goals
were disallowed by the
referee". I happened to be
the referee and Mr. Shilling,
ford was one of those taking
part in the match and quite
obviously a member of the
Blackburn's side.
The term controversial I
take to mean, something re,
.ting to a dispute". At no
time did any such goal cre/
ate any doubts in my mind
so as to lead to any c intro-
versy. Had I allowed myself
to fall in:o Mr. Shillingford's
trap when he shot across from
the right wing and the ball





People's Post
(Continued from page 6)
passing close and lov, to the
')u.idie o; the upright, bar,
ar d h':, the sole player shout/
ing "gzal" would have cre,
ated qui'e a controversy as
fat as the schoolboys were
concerned. Secondly the
"'ovPly" goal coming from
Clem John (who Mr. Shil-
lngfcrd think can do no
wrong) was, in my opinion
,s referee, not a good goal
because a, the vesy last
moment the ball touched his
hand jusr before he slammed
in what would otherwise
have been the best goal of the
season. The blast of the
whistle at the spur of the
moment was sufficient to
warrant my decision. What
I considered to be of a con,
troversial nature came. about
wh-n I allowed a goal kick
to be retakeni as stipulated
in the law for a ball that has
not passed outside the penalty
area. Mr. Shillingford came
up -to me and said that I
should have allowed his side
an indirect free-kick instead
of having the kick retaken.
The laws clearly state that
when a goal kick, or a free-.
kick s taken by the defending
side wid-.i is uw-I pCnallty
area the ball must be kicked
to pass outside the penalty area
before it is denied in play.
Should this not happen the
the ki:k is retaken
In the column; of the
Chart headed "Advice to
Referees," there is a sentence
which reads: Do not allow
players to crowd roadd you,
to question your decision or
get you to charge it. All
referees I think should pay
special attention to that very
important advice.
Thanks for space;

Dear Editor,-Please allow
me space in your valuable
columns. I certainly do be,
lieve in discipline and also
encourage those who enforce
it especially in such times
like these. I -appeal to the
Heads cf the Secondary
Schools to use discretion and
humanity in dealing with
detentions especially with
children coming from the
country districts.
Take for instance a case in
a Roseau High School
on Thursday I7th Sept. A
young girl of 15 years was

detained till about 6.00 p.m.
although the one responsible
had perfect knowledge that
the child lives over seven
miles away. About 6 p.-n.
the c.iid was released. The
child informed the teacher
that she cannot go because
all transport was gone. The
teacher then told the child
that she would have to walk.
If that teacher has or hd
a young daughter, wo-ld she
like to see her walking alone

at any rate Lesser Antillean
--folkatale was the source of
the Jamaican sculptor's in-
spira:ion; and if so, it would
be interesting to learn more
about it.
(Cont. on p. 1)

Barbados Legal-
ises Hospital

o.- the Soufriere road after Tourist visiting Barbados thi:
eig t o' c o c k at summer have be:n making heavy
So' c a oc at purchases of tickets in the West
night, especially at th is idies Hospital Sweepstakes, which
season Will such things are being sold at U.S. $3.00 or
under the garb of religion B.W.I. $5.oo each. Hopes are run,
continue ? I have made ninghigh that their winnings will
inquiries and am satisfied that pay for their vacation as well as bring
Sitrem in addition, a substantial
the incident did :ot warrant sum of ioney.
such measures. Barbados recently j o i n e d the
Thanking you very much growing number: of countries who
for'space are legalising Lotteries and Sweep,
.stakes in order to assist in financing
Yours truly, Hospitals, Education and other
A PARENT. services. E ar 1lier this year the
.. Government of Barbados put their
stamp of.pFproval on i Bill which
"SavaC ou" A ea will bring them in a substantial suin
Bird. -- o; money.
Bird Intransit passengers t h r o u gh
Barbados Seawell International Air,
Madam, port and passengas intransit through
The mythicall Savcou "Bridgetown Harbour on ships avail
birdThe "mythical acou themselves of the opportunity ofpur,
bird", a photograph o fchasg ickn, which carry first
whose sculpture was repros prize of U.S. $175,ooo.o0 or B.W.I.
duccd in the HERALD for $297,5000oo, as wells I8oo other
Sitirr-y. Tgrh .Sept rem attractive morwneyrpe_ .T- t .
should be of at least as much is the January 1965 Santa Anita
Maturity at Arcadia, California.
interest to Dominicans as to
Jamaicans; since the name Swedish Election
savacou 'is clearly a French Sweden's social Democratic party,
spelling of sawakU secondd which has been in power fur many
syllable stressed,, one of two years, was returned to cffic: with an
Dominicap IslandC a r i b absolute majority last week-end.
names (the o t h e r being "AN CEMENT"
yabura) for a species of heron, You can get Super Golden Honey at
the larger gaulii or crabier, the Chief Drug Stores in Roseau
and for a constellation with produced from the Apiary "Bee
which this bird is or was Hives" --of M. A. JAMES
associated in our local folk- Coulibistrie,
lore. Sept. 26-- Oct3.
The bird itself is far from -- O--
mythical, and is still with us. G RANT
So also, presumably, is the
constellation, const i t u t e d
according to Father Raymond
Breton, by a group of small
stare forming a triangle next
to Ursa Major; this latter
being known to the Caribs
as The Crabier's Canoe.
When it sank below the
horizon, the celestial crabier
was said to dive into the sea
and to re ppear on the other ;
side: a feat known as The ^
Crabier's Leap. Its rcap- .
pearance wa- thought to
bring thunder-storms and
heavy rain; and even nowa-
days, after a downpour, one
sometimes hears the remark:
kwabye pase pli lwe; lapli ale --
'the crabier has moved on; A view of the recent
the rain is gone! new M2 motorway t
It therefore seems probable the Medway Bridge
that some Dominican or kind in the world.

The Questions at the end of this
article reported from The St. Lucia
Herald might well be asked in Domini. .

A Dragon At
Large In OasrPies
This is iot a fairy-tale, al-
though the title may suggest this to
be so,
.A woman roams the streets of
Castries, and may often be seen lying
on somebody's front door steps, and
sometimes on a sidewalk in Jeremie
Street, one of the busiest far traffic,
apparently drunk and also suffering
fiom disease, of what nature I am
not aware, not being a Medical Offi,
However, she poses a real danger,
because "germs" if not controlled or
destroyed, can prove very dang-rous
to those with whom they come in
contact; more especially children
who play around, and are unaware
of the dangers which lurk in such

Now ihe question arists, whose is
ihe responsibility for ridding the
i.'own of this nuisance? Does the res,
ponsibility rest with -
I. Tbc Social Welfare Office,
2. The Police on patrol,
3. The Sisters of Charity,
4. Women's Org-risation, cr
5. What other Authority?
I shall be glad to be informed.
Yours truly,
INQUIRER, (St. Lucia)
Pope To Denounce
MADRID, Sept. 19, CP. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. United States Negro
civil rights leader, recently toured
Madrid after arriving from Rome
where he had a 25-minute audience
with Pope Paul, Friday last week.
Dr. King said the Pontiff had pro-
mised to make a personal and public
denounciation of racial segregation.
"He did not say when it would be",
King added.

1. All that lot of land with buildings
thereon situate at the corner of Upper
Lane and Hillsborough Street, Roseau,
containing 4132.46 square, feet'.-;

2. A lot, piece or parcel of land with
buildings thereon situate in Hillsborough
Street in the Town of Roseau containing
1763.75 square feet.
3. That piece, of land situate at
ei1Blev-Te-CiJnop in "-ih-r-ParlSh OT St.i
George containing 6810 square feet.
All the property of the.late Reuben
Saxon Merrill.
All offers which must be in writing,
should be addressed to and should reach
the undersigned not later than 31st. Octo-
ber, 1964.
Solicitor for the Personal Representative,
of Reuben Saxon Merrill, deceased.
Chambers, Roseau.
Sept. 26-Oct. Io


tly completed Medway Bridge, .which. is part of the
from London to Dover. With its aoDroach viaducts,
is nearly two-thirds of a mile long-the longest of its

- --- -



brought ..- in theirown religious Paris to millions. Archi- pendent manner. L is, after, New Poison Kills
Generation Of knowledge and wa:s; they are acute, tecture has been defined as. 11, very French. They wiql n Rats
StanawareS fdoor eampl, that Weern at its best. "frozen music.'" continue to criticise; but theyl y Rats
(Cont from page 5) parents w en they grow old. -he note, Malraux decided, will vote into power no other A revoluionary new poi,
those of them who have Muslim' and Hindu marriages, there- should be thci before a true one. President as long as he con- son which kilL only rats -
known Urdu red from right fore, continue to be "arranged" And so, by day, and by tinues to offer himself for it is harmless to humans and
t, left, while the Punj.bis between parents night, under the floodlight- office. all farm and domestic
read frum top to bottom as f (Conitifmed next week) ing, Paris has become, Proress imls was described in
it w:e w.sh hung o the LETTER FRnO I PARIS fighter aadd more magical ro illageProgr London r c c e nt cIly
line. But, forws hing hung o these, T PARIS than ever before. A g r oa p of Canadian to health and agricul-
to lead and write "on the By Graham Norton New monuments too have businessmen h a v e recently ture specialists, industrialists
been staying at the Castaways
ize" seems almost impossible To say that .he French arnser. By the side of the Hotel at Mero in connection with and warehouse owners.
at first The only successful capital has never looked love- -cine, upstream from the the new Canadian Village proposed Worldwide tests are being
method of teaching the En- .er would no, be a all Trocadero the House of the on the old Picaid Estate. Interview- madeonthe poison (Raticate)
sh language to them is he exaggerate st f us areRadioTelevision network ed by the Herald last Sunday, Mr. which marks big break,
lish language to them is he exaggerate w tourst e can o: seen. A vast circus, Milan Cvejic, President of Casta- through in the battle against
Diectr Method, as opposed to famiar wih tourist brocn ways Devlopment Ltd. said that
the traslatonmetod; pi urs, of faraway places lar edifice, wih the inevitable thecompany had been incorporated pests, because it is !he first
tures must be used, and talk, higts nearer at home. These (but nor too tall) tower blocK, in the Province of Ontario, Canada time that a chemical poison
ed about This is how the traps for the unwary inevita, that every modern building and was now selling shares. Tenta- has been developed to kill,
p.olem of Communication bly glamourise. clar up and has. But it is on the our, tive apprwvai had been secured from only the pest for which it is
pobem o Comm cation blygp skirts of the gaoae l up an the Ontario, Government for the intended
w,.^i Indian ar.d Pakistani touchup the photographs ts capital tast som e of real estate lo:s at Mero and
children is overcome., hat decorate the r pages and bf the most striking develoPi the scheme h.d the blessing of the The a c t v e ingredient
BUT FAR THE BIG, which are designed to excite ments can be noted. For it Dominica Government. (shoxin norbomide), dis,
GER PRO2 1 EM FOR the imagina3.ins of future is here the new housing pro, A handsome brochure has been cove-ed acciLentally during
US here in Bi;mingbam I vitors. jeers and factories have been prepared (unfortunately with not a routine tests of a n- w heart
THE WEST INDIAN But the French govern- bu i 1t. Unlike London, n few facutal urrs about Domini drug, is said to kiil the com,
CHILDREN. ment has not resorted to where the old is mixed with some 800 housing lots will be for'mon brown rats within 24.
West indian English doctoring the printed matter the new, and the skyscrapers sale. At present only 533 are sche, hours from one application
West Indians are popularly sup- put out by the Government stand out like sore thumbs, duled, with provision for shops, a of five milligrammes and
posed to be English-speaking people Tourist Office. s t e a d in the- middle of eighteenth church (probably Presbyterian) and the cost of one dose is put at
oand of course in a sense they are. Tust ce. s ea century streets or distracting other social amenity buildings along- -.,8d (WI$o.l6). It is also
But the differences between their they have bark n a from the better public bud, ide the Mero River. Only one effective against brown rats
pronunciation. vocabulary and ord &eat progiamme of "clean-, fr building p.r lot will be allowed and ,
usag fom r e in rBing, up" lieray wsh thle ings, these Parisian develop- this must be 15from the service road which are resistant to ether
bam are so great ,ha it is verydiffi, faces of all th public monu ments really look the' towns and have a minimum floor area of rat poisons and against the
cult f.,r them to understand or be means of Paris, nd refur of the future, white and 700 sq. ft. Design of the building blck tat.
urd-rstood. ... Afr glitteri g on the horizon the must be approved by the company The poison., in both bait
Part of the problem is that it is washing th :r interixs. Atert r L : aind each house must have a private. ,n conc,.rate o m, is being
-Q1 .'" mea-Iiire several hundred years, in the tyvle *ees fron '1 train septic tank. i-lectricity disatibution ,
their i We n --' ____eThese new industrial Pto' lines will be constructed by ethe marketed through ut the
their inteligec: e 'on arrival. W e grimean' sm-o keT l -a .ir "- .- _. .... .n w-u .e ,r ".y -e ,
have tried all kinds of tests, some pean city, buildings become ects attract Frenchmen from Dominica Electricity Services as s5tCaim, ;--. S -p --
verbal some. non-verbal, group-tess encrusted 'with a black film. the countryside, and, readers required and water will be piped company arnd has already
within mne 1, and with psycho- T, t, o will be interested to leain,fron. fro a reservoir ithe hills above the gaied the approval of Bri
lgists com 0 n frar child-guid. T oey-co the "overseas estate for houses up to 160o above in's Ministry of Agricul,
ance cinic-. b tin no case are the which they are made disapd, .... d a r n sea-level. s y-
ri Martinique and C audeloupe. .ture. --,7BIS
results completely believable. The pears, first from view, and ri. d Gaud. oup. io staying at astaways were ________
"i plus" exam, for,. entry into then from memory. The de, r ch West Indians can be Messrs. J. Jensen, Sales Manager, and Walter Zieins (Advertising
Grammar Schools, as designed for tails of the sculpture which seen frequently in a variety R. Macdonali, Promotion Adviser and Layout). "
children conditioned to life in BofJobs. They are in the
England, isn't fair to these West proudly decor,.ted them can Civil Service the Under, Banana Shipment of 18th September, 1964:
Indian children. However, the situ- rO longer be distinguished. Cii S t STEMS TONS
action is changing and the children People grow to accept these ground, the shops, the Arm,
born and bred in this country, going sombre giants, as they never ed Forces nd, in interesting 40,880 524
through our Infant and Junior knew them as they were contrast to England, in the Portsmouth 49,178 660
Schools, will be more ready for the wh first erected. police. As well as overseas Coast 5.135 65
*1 r-plus" when the time comes. (If, en rst erecteFrenchmen other workers
of course, the "ir-plus" itself sur, The present government FrenchmenE, ou er workers 95,193 1,249
vives indefinitely! J.D.M., And of France is, however, headed from te European Common Exportsto u th September, I96A 2,r,8,632 24,803
probably their parents too will be by a man deeply aware that Market, particularly Italians,
able to guide t.ien better as time a nation needs more than swell the labour force. Paris Exports to I8th September, 1964 2,203,825 -6,052
goes on. matrl prosperity if it is to is more cosmopolitan than Exports to i8th September, 1963 ;..116,274 26,8io
Segregation of the colour-groups, "" ealprosperity i s .to ever, and a dozen languages-
whatever you try to do about it, be a healthy community ever, and a dozen languard Compared th 1963-Inrease 87,5 Decrease
proves impossible to prevent in the France is a booming country can almost always be hear Compare th 963,ns 87, Derease
class-room. I he J a m a i c a ns sit today, economically, and, for in her streets.
together, the Indians sit together, the the first time since 1939, with The price of this prosperity
English sit together. As far as the the ending of the war in is a high cost of living, which
academic problem goes, of course,
there simply is no problemin class: Algtria, she is at peace. But is not entirely matched by
they have all of them got the exams to a people must have a sense rises in salaries. Domestic
pass, and generally speaking the In- of pride in its own achieve, political questions like this,
dians work harder than the English, ments, particularly after such and a recent educational re-
not to mention the West Indians. aom
"My friend' a colouedgirl, and a long series of humiliation s form now occupy the minds

gist is probl for the o n French cultural activities, Gaulle to thank.. r r i ai -B gives
coloured immigrant child, of identi, both in the past and in the Of course, being rFrench, Radian-B contains pain-killing aspirin
cation. In school, the child wears present. The Minister of they mock and criticise "ion for fast relief. Get a bottle from your, \ Buy
Westetn dress and uses Western Culture, M. Maltaux, among general", particularly the chemist or drug store AodaylSPIRIN
a"Yogehe gdi ert. M s istm ,ands his other brainchildren, de grand way in which he car A D I A N SPIRIT
Hindu pareis arena ost particularly cided to wash down those ries out his plans. But R A D I dan E t LINIMENT_. i-
anxious for their children to be monuments which symbolize secretly they admire his inde -



Applications For
Liquor Licances
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" &
Chief of Police.
I, DANIEL GEORGE now resid,
ing at Pottersvlle Parish of St. George
do hereby give you ;:otice that it is my
intention to app'y at &te Magis rate's
Court to be held at Roseau on Fri-
day, the 2nd day of October 1964,
ensuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in rcstect of my premises at 52, Pot-
ter Street Parish of St. George.
Dated the 5th day of Sep.. 1964.
Sept. 12-26

C To the Magistrate Dist. "E" &
Chief of Police.
residing at Mero Parish of St. Joseph
do hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magis;rate's
Court to be htld at Roseau on Fri,
day, the 5th day ofOct. 1964, ensu-
in respect 'of my Fremises at Mero
Parish of St. Joseph.
Dated the 5th day of Sept. 1964.
Sept. 12-26
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the
Chiefof Police.
residing a: Mero Parish of St. loseph

To the Magistrate Dist. "G"' To the Magistrate Dist. "G"
& Chief of Police. I & Chief of Police.
I, MARY PARIS, now res, I, ALLAD ABEL now reM,/
ding at Cray Fish River Par- ding at Marigot Parish of St.
ish of St. David do hereby Andrew do hereby give you
give you notice that it is my ntice that it is my intention
intention to p aply at teMa, the Magistrate's
gistrate s Ccurt cc be held at Court to be h e 1 d at Ports-
Portmnouth on Monday, the nbouth on Monday the 5th
5th day of October 1964, en day of October 1964, ensu,
for i retail LIQUOR LICENCE ing for a retail L I q o R
in respect of my premises at LICENCE in respect of
Cray Fish River Parish of Mr. Henson Carlton pretrises
St. David. at Samsgutter, Parish of St
Dated the 9th day of Andre w.
bzttt <

. .. b, tem-er 1964
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & do hereby give you notice that it is oeprmoer 9o4. Dated the 7th day of Sept,
Chief of Police, my intention to apply at the Magis, MARY PARIS ember 1964.
I, LOUISA BELLOT, iow resid- trate's Court to be held at Roseau in Sept. 12-26
ing at St. Joseph Parish of St. Joseph Friday, the 2nd day of Oct. 1964 ALLAD ABEL
do hereby give you notice that it is ensuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE To the Magistrate Dist. G & N.B. The love is a transfer
my intention to apply at the Magis- in respect of my premises at Mer.i Chief of Police. from Ralph Caruton.
trate's Ccurt to be held at Roseau Parish of St. Joseph. We, SYLVESTER B. CHARLES & Set. 12- -
on Friday, the 2nd day of October Cated the sth day of Sept. 1964. Co. now residing at Lyons, Parish S .
1964, en s u in g fo r a WILLIAM HARRIS of St. Andrew, do hereby give you
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in Sept. 12-26 notic'that it is our intention to apply To the Magistrate Dist. "E" &
respect cf my premises at St. Joseph at the Magistrate's Court to be held (Cbief of Police.
Parish of St. Joseph. To the Magistrate Dist. "F" at Marigot on Monday sth dayof I, CHARLES GRAHAM, now resid,
Dated the 5th day of Sept, 1964 & Chief of Police. c t o b e r 1964, ensuing for a mg at Rogr Parish of St. Paul do
LOUISA BELLOT I, COXON L'HOMME now TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE hereby give you notice that it is my
Sept. 12-26 residing at La Plaine Parish inreapect of our premises at Marigot intention to apply at the Magistrate's
iParish of St. Andr-w. Court to be held at Roseau on Friday,
To the Magistrate Dist. of St trick do hereby give Dated the 5th day of Sept., 1964. the 2nd day of October 1964, ensu
"E" & Chief of Police. yo' notice that it is my inten SYLVESTER B. CHARLES ing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE in
I, CECIL HECTOR now tion to apply at the Magis, & Co. respect of my premises at Roger Par,
residing at Roseau Par'sh of trate's Court to be held at Sept. 19 Oct. 3 ish of St. Paul.
St. GEORGE do herebygive Grand Bay on Friday. the Datedthe 7th day of September;
you notice that it is my 2nd day of October 1964, SUPPORT THE 1964.
o ensuing for a retail HERALD CHARLES GRAHAM
irntendon to apply at the ensuig for a retail HL Sept. ,12-26
Magistrate's Court to be held LIQUOR LICENCE in, res- UIVAL
at Roseau on Friday, the znd pect fmy pr e m i se s at "SURVIVAL RADIO FO
Ifd7cO^. Der1904, ensuingr F i l,
for a TAVERN LICENCE in rick.
respect of my premises at Dated the 9th d a y of
Roseau Parish of St. George September 1964.
Dated the Ioth day of COXON L'HOMME
September 1964. N.B. The above is a transfer
,CECIL HECTOR from Concord to La Plaine.
Sept. 12--26 Sept. 12-26 ,

THE Government of Dominica invites applications foi
Sthe undermentioned Scholarships tenable at univer:ities
and institutions in the United Kingdom. These scholar,
shirs are open to persons born and resident in this territory,
who have the necessary academic qualifications for entering
the faculties of their choice.
2. Intending applicants are requested first to consult
with the Education Officer, and to obtain a voucher of
their qualifcation to undertake the selected course of studies.
3. The scholarships offering are for -
(a) Undergraduate Studies in -
(i) Forestry
(ii) Veterinary Science
(b) Post Graduate Studies in -
(i) Economic Planning
(ii) Public Finance & Taxation
4. Application forms, which are available at the
Ministry of Finance, should be completed and returned
with the Education Officers' voucher attached, to the Chief
Secretary, Administrator's Office, Roseau, not later than
3oth September.
'These awards are subject finally to the approval
of the Secretary for Technical Co-operation and to the
candidates' willingness to enter into an agreement to serve
the Government of this territory for a period not exceeding
five years after completion of training.
Ministry of Finance,
September, 1964.
GO 113,-Sept. 19, 26


APPLICATIONS are invited
for the post of locally
trained Public Health Inscec/
tor for the Roseau Town
The post is pensionable
and is in the scale of $1030 x
$84--$1248 x $96-$1562.
The duties of the Officer
are mainly daily yard inspect,
tiops covering all aspects of
Sanitation and Public Health.
Applicants who should be
between the ages of 20 and
30 should address their
applications to the Town Clerk
and should reach the above
office not later than noon
12th October, 1964.
Town Clerk

Sept. i9-Oct. 10

I, DENIS LEWIS of Campbell,
hereby declare that I am rti longer
responsible for any debts or other
liabilities i nc r r e d by my wife,
Bernardette (nee Joseph), she having
left my home and protrtion without
just cause.
Sept. 12-26


A new portable radio, claimed to be much smaller and easier to
operate than previous types, has been developed for use ini ships' life,
boats by a British company.
The set floats and can be thrown overboard in an emergency and
later retrieved from the sea when survival craft have been manned.
Built to withstand a drop of .30 feet into the water, it has a 30ofoot
nylon heaving line attached. The set is normally strapped to the opera/
tor when in use, leaving both hands, free to operate the equipment. BIS






A New Conception Of Mental
Illiness -- Part iH
By Dr. Robert Steinmuller
Mental Retardation
The psychiatrist does not deal with mental retardation.
This is a problem for the psychologist. There is a great
number of mentally retarded persons, i? Dominica both
children and adults, and a great deal of work needs to be
done to turn such retarded persons into useful and creative
citizens. Firstly the level of retardation muet be valued, only
then can a programme of treatment be mapped out. A.
gceat deal of irreversible retardation is caused by early mal-
nutrition. Government must be prepared zo spend money
on combatting mental retardation as indeed it should on
mental health in general. A mentally healthy community
is r potentially economically viable community,
A grat deal of somatic therapy (i. e. treatment by drugs
direct'.ecting the body) can be carried out by ordinary
Aoctoi without recourse to a psychiatrist. When these
drugs (chorpromazine and reserpine are the basic drugs)
were first introduced, the mental hospitals were speedily
emptied of the cases of neuroses. Anxiety neuroses can be
wiped out by medication although a modicum of anxiety
keeps a person on their coes: danger causes anxiety, with the
approprie reaction!
Sedatives, bromides, barbiturics etc., were used in the
past but the modern tranquillizer works more effectively and
allows a person to carry on a normal life without feeling
Of the other new forms of medication to relieve symp,
toms, the psychic retetors are extremely powerful in deal,
ing with psychoses such as schizophrenia, having a pro,

sion reactors act mere slowly, often taking two or three
Shock Treatment
Severe cases of depression, in which, from a humane
point of view, it is unwise to allow a patient to suffer front
his depression for more than a day or two, are treated bi
one of the two forms of shock treatment. Pardy on account
of the word "shock" the idea of such treatment causes fea
both to patient and relatives. This is quite unnecessary
The idea of this treatment is to wipe out, temporarily,, al
memory of recent events which are causing the depression
The memory returns in a matter of weeks, during whici
time the mind of the patient can be built up to withstand
and deal with the problem. Two forms cf shock tretzs
ment are in us". The first is by applying a brief electric
current across the temples, causing immediate unconscious
ness. The second way is by the injection of a massive dast
of insulin. The effect on the brain in both cases in very
similar. This treatment ir,,more often than not, very mucd
more effective than the use of drugs in cases of depression


Ithe sick one can unburden the priest, the doctor, the
social worker can all help at times.
If however the patient is unaware of the reasons for
their ill health then the reason is in the subconscious. Help
must then be obtained by talking to a psychiatrist, probably
two or three times a week, at least. The services of a
psychoanalyst can be even more effective, but a course of
analysis is a six-day-a-week for from one to three years
affair and correspondingly costly.
Definition of Terms
A Psychiatrist is always a qualified doctor who has
specialised in mental illness, its cates, symptoms and treat,
ment by shock or drugs. A Psychologist, on the other
hand, is one who has studied are allowed to work along,
the science of the mind, side physicians.
whether normal or abnormal,I Psychoanalysts may be



na is most usually not a doctors who have trained
doctor. The Clinical Psy, specially to do this work, but
hologist is one who has by far the greatest number are
pecialised in the abnormal psychologists and are then
aind and has been trained in known as "lyy" analysts.
he various methods of test, An important worker ;n
ig such as the "ink-blot" the mental health tield is the
Roschach) t es t. Some Psychiatric Social Worker.
clinical, psychologists are also Besides doing fieldwork with
ained in the treatment of the family to check on the
mental disease: in some parts environment of the patient or
fthe world, such specialists to give aftercare, the psychia,


tric social worker leads in
forms of Group Therapy in
which a number of persons
suffering fr o m t'le same
mental disorder, especially
such forms as drug-addicion
or alcoholism, get together to
overcome their problems on
a cooperative basis.
New Knowledge
Great advances are being
made in man's knowledge of
the functioning of the brnin
and nervous system. More
and more is being discovered
about thz physiology and
chemistry of the brain where-
by more powerful medica-
tions are being continuously
(Cont. on p. 1i)
8' lengths only -
Limited quantity
$2.40 per sheet

Dignity, Respect & Love
One of the oldest and simplest forms of treatment is
"Milieu" Therapy or environmental therapy. This should
always be practised in EVERY case. It consists, quite plainly,
of giving the patient as normal and natural an environment
as possible and treating him or her with dignity, respect and
love. The same conditions must be followed in the home
of the patient, since the family and local environment is
equally important. Counsel and guidance to ihe family by
a mental after-care service are vital for a full recovery and
to avoid any recurrence of the illness.
Often mental ill-health is caused by something of
which the patient is conscious but fear or guilt prevents the
person facing up to reality.' In such cases the psycho-therapy
necessary can be supplied by a sympathetic person to whom




A New Conception Another
Of Mental Illness Dominican S.R.N.

(Cont. from page 10) Mr.
(IN REPLY TO Alexaoc
QUESTIONS) that thei
I. Epilepsy (and I saw a now Mr
number of cases, quite errone, has just
ously, in the care of the Register4
mental hospital) is pot a men., tin.
tal disorder. It is a physical past Co
disorder, frightening in its girl, left
symptoms, but often suscepti, and train
ble to medication and -even Hospital
to surgery when the focus of ing to b
the brain damage can be filed Mid
located by an electric DA W
encephalograph test.
2. In reply to the ques, GOOd
tion as to whether mental ill/ Dawnlit
ness is hereditary, it is accept, today fr
e.d that neuroses are definitely money, m(
not hereditary. The question thinkl g
in relation to psychoses is de -
baiable. It is generally
thought that a tendency o
psychosis may be passed on
in the germ plasm.
3. Senile anxiety is a
very real fear of the old per,
.son due to the lowering of
the physical capabilities and
failure of memory. It can
nearly always be cured by

Peopfe's Pi-ost
(Continued from page 7)
Magistrate's Office,
District "E"
23rd Sept., 1964.
Madam, I am directed
by the Magistrate, .District
"E", to draw your attention
to the passage on page I of
the abovenamed h e a d e d
"Suicide at Coulibistrie".
2. This reads:: "The
discoverer of the body of
Stanley Joseph (who comr.
mitted suicide by swallowing
Aldrex according to the
inq guest verdict this week .."
3. I am directed to state
that the inquest did not find
that the deceased had drunk
Aldrex but that, to put it
popularly, he died from a
broken neck.
I have the honour to be,
Your obedient servant,
Chief Clerk,
Magistrate and Coroner,
District "E".
like most of the public, were mis,
informed, and regret the error.

and Mrs. Tyre l
der have just heard
r d ught:r Ar-drca,
s. Chopperfield Ross,
Passed her State
ed Nurse's examine,
lrs. Ross, who is a
nvent High School
Dominica in 1958
ned at the Middlesex
I. She is now sr.idy,-
ecome a State Certi,
LIT -- A
t's 1964 issue is on sale
fifty cents. It is worth the
ore perhaps from a tough-
public-argument point of

view than from a purely literary
standard, although its general read-
ability shows marked improvement
over previous issues. The contrib,
utors to this Dawbin.y Literary
Club journaltake themselves very
sercusly, but why not: We live in
serious t:mes!
It is impossible in a short review
of short contributions 1o single out
every piece worthy of mention, but
we enjoyed the opinionated historical
attack on Sugar by S.P. Richards,
and hope he will give some public
lectures on W.I. history during the
coming months. The Editor struck
a good note in his preface, and
lashed out boldly in his Life poem,
Unholy Passion and San Sauveur
stories. Jean James has promising
ideas and will overcome her lapses
into banality. lifred Leevy's short
philosophic articles are though-prce
evoking, and we 'ike the last lin- of
The Mystic. Bernard Christopher,
writ ng from London, has some
important remarks to make on p. 42.
Reports of debates, science art,

New aroma rich Nescafe -is now
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agriculture and superstition hae
their place in this interesting sympo
siim. If we say that the collection
might have gained by more satire
and subtlety, and that the stories and
poems, though strongg in content, are
sometimes weak in construction, we
qualify such criticism virh the re-
commendation -- buy a copy and
judge for yourselve. P.S.A.

Famous Play-
wright Dies

Sept. 19, CP: Sean O'Casqy,
Ireland's exile master play,
wright died cfa heart attack
at eighty/four on Friday last
week after a career of con,
troversy and old ?ge lived
out in an English seaside
resort. His first success was
with Shadow of a Gunman in

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1925 then came his most
famous play Juno and the Pay,
cock which caused burning of
reels in Limerick when
made into a film. Plough
and the Stars also roused riots:
then came the feud with the
Abbey Theatre ending in
his refusal to let it stage his
plays and a similar ban on
the use of recordings of his
work in the Irish Pavilion at
the New York World's Fair.

Bay, hereby declare that I am no
longer responsible for any debts
or other liabilities incurred by my
wife, CYNTHIA (nee Bryant), she
having left my home and protection
five years ago and refuses to return.
Sept. 26-Oct. 10

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Thunderbirds Take The
In what must be considered the
besi math of the season as far as
constructive football is concerned a
fair crowd saw Thunderbirds slam
two goals via Hugh Pinard to beat
D.G.S. s -- o. It was refreshing to
see the passes kept at ground level
or as low as possible and the general
tone of play augured of fine things
to come. Young Elwin of D.G.S.
initiated some fiue moves but D.G.S
lacked finish and also muffed two
sitters. Gage at full-back for the
Birds had a good match so also did
Alleyne of D.G.S. Thunderbirds
are now clear leaders in Div I with
4 points from 2 matches.
D.G.S. 1 Blackburn 1
On a rain-drenched s u r fa c e,
which rendered ballcontrol difficult
D.G.S. did themselves a lot of credit
to hold Blackburn to a -- I draw.
There was nothing in the play and
the two goals came from penalty
kicks, John converting for Black-,
burn and Charles for D.G.S. The
players tried to make a match of it,
and provided the fairly large crowd
with some degree of entertainment.
Empire's Fine Victory
Spartans had only themselves to
blame for allowing Empire toget
the better of them in the second half:
it was Spartans all the way, but
gradually the Empire boys could be
seeu combining more dangerously.
After thegoaless first half Empire
piled fne pressereJot siSi
and Co. bad'a most unenviable task,
holding the LEmpire forwards at bay.
Cuitero6, however, netted a fine one
to put Empire one-up followed in
.the 4ist and 55th minutes by two
'Sharp' Elwin goals.
St. Lucia's Release
A release over Radio Edos (795)
stating that the Secretary of the St.
Lucia Football Association urging
the other Windward Islands to reply
soon, stating whether they would be
participating in the Football Tourna-
ment scheduled to be held in St.
Lucia in November leaves many
baffled, as it is generally believed
that D-ca will be hosts to the foot-
ballers this year. D.A.S.A. person-
nel have confirmed that this is so
and we therefore trust that an ami-
cable solution to the apparent mis-
understanding will soon result.
The Jaycees Cross Country Race,
an estimated distance of about 8
miles, was won by Herbert Seraphin
of Combermcr in the record time
of 5r mins breaking the previous
mark set by team-mate Pat Blaize of
55 mins 30 seCs. Griffin Nichols
was second in 53 mins and closely
challenged Setaphin for more than
three-quarters af the race.
Seraphin also won the Jaycees'
Road Race the previous week in Ihr
47 mins a distance of Io miles
on good pitched surface. Seraphin
is a fine runner who trained hard
for his success. He reports that he
loves walking and running over fair-
ly long distances and that all thisis
nothing new to him; congratulations
to him on a fine double effort.

Emile .riffith, world welter-weight
champion retained his title when he
dramatically outpointed Britain's
Brian Curvis at Wembley on Tues-
day. Curvis, though game through-
out and d;splaiing courage and a
great d1al cftenac.ty couldn't match
thL skill, greater punching power and
wider experienceofthe champion.
He was decked for S in the 6rh
round, 9 in the roth and 9 in the
13th round but each time round his
feet again and continued the contest.
It was only Curvis' second set-
back in 32 professional starts and
their is talk of a rematch in summer
next year. Curvis, who is also
British Empire champion suffered
minor injuries to the eyes and wants
to fight a few top contenders from
the U.S.A. before to prove himself
indisputably worthy of a return bout.
Pakistan are planning their first
ever tour of New Zealanu later this
year. The tour is scheduled to begin
on Dec. 31St. but the complete
itinary has not yet been published.
It is also reported that on their way
to the tour of England next year,
New Zealand may play matches in
India and Pakistan,


For a week previously
frantic diplomatic messages
had passed between Nassau,
Washing-on and London.
Loth the U. S. State Depart,
ment and the Bahama; Go,
vernment object to the pro,
posed service. Britain how,
ever states that the service is
in accordance with an
agreement dating from 1948
(which has not been abro,
gated) and refuses to inter-
T h e Bahamas Govern,
ment prpses to curb the
fights and has the support
of the Bahamas Hotel Asso,
tion who en Tuesday ex-
pressed "the gravest appre,
hensions" as to the possible
repercussions on the tourist
industry if the HavanaNas,
sau flights are allowed to

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It'was fitting that th e
Dawbiney Club should pay
hom-ge to one who made a
great contribution to educa,
ticn in Dominica. It was
significant to note that not
only had he spent his energies
in the cause of education but
he had in the process dis,
played an attitude to it which
was badly needed today.
That he served with a sense
of vocation and a sense of
dedication in that he had a
certain dignity'of demreanour
which made an impression
on all who met him. The
President quoted the words
of Mr. Jeffers himself on his
tour of duty at the school
"that having been with the
school well nigh a generation
it may be thought that be
was the Omega of things".
Mr. Maynard felt that Mr.
Jeffers must, li k e Albert
Einstein, believe that "a sim,
pie and unassuming manner


With the World Olympics on largely by t.h e inspiration The Dominica Cooperative Credit
three weeks away, it is meet an -of Mr. Jeffers. In.951 the Union League Ltd. seeks application
rightthat we give readers of Sport" Dominica Grammar School rnion League Ltd. seeks applifcatio ns
light a round up on the pre-Olym, O B u from interested persons for the proposed
picformof many of te leading ld Literary C b post ofFieldman.
competitors from the contesting (nowthe Dawiney lub)
countries. Westartof course with was formed as. an offshoot The .proposed Scale of Salary is
ladies first. ofthe school's club. Mr. $2400 x 144 -- $3696.; An interest-free
ihe popiMar nela -evnens -azra e msha niaccotme av Li ort r I 1 aUT
ioo mtresalnd zoo metr e ps s t maintain his interest in sonal transport will be made and reason-
aad it looks like a true tussle between
Betty Cuthbert and Margaret Burnill clubs of this kd for a great able transportation allowances provided.
(both Australia) with Britain's deal of his working life and
Dorothy Hymacapable of an upset. after. (Cont. top next col.) Dutie wil include the assistance and
Hyman's bestis T1.3 for the loom supervision ofexistinrg Credit Union3, pro-
and 23.2 f'or the 2oon ii ii962 but NOTICE motion and expansion of the Credit Union
recent form is disappointing. But-e
vi clocked 23.r and Cutrt 23.2 All members of the DOM- Movement and such other duties as may
earlier this year for the 2oom and be- INICA AGRICULTURAL So- be assigned by the Board.
gin firm favourites. CIETY are advised that the Clo g d e fr as to
If Sin Kim Dan of North Korea October General Meeting will Closing date for applications to the
runs she wilwin the oom; her 51.4 be hdd on Monday i2th. Secretary, Dominica Credit Union League,
sec. is way above Ctbert's 53.1 andis October 7th and the successful appii-
Parker's (Grear Britain) dime of53. Anyresolutons must be in e eted t ae up is
sec. Another Australian Dixie the hands ofthe Secretary by cant w be expected totake uphis duties
Willis is in fine form for the 80o m Friday 2nd October. from November 16th.
in 2 min.o secss but Sin Kim Dan Sept. 26 Sept, 26-Oct.'o
last year ran an unratified I mm 59.2 .
sees a tremendous feat for a woman. Registrar's Office,
The Shot Putt, Discus, Javelin ROSEAU.
and Pentathlon are almost already 22nd September, 1964. New Flavor Thrill!
won by Lhe USSR women's team, .UIDER THE WORKMEN'S
have dominated these events for the 1937 Sylvania-Fresh Duckling
last three years.
even tussle, with U.S... and Eng, BELLEVUE : DECEASED W ITH T HE S A M E TENDER-
land catching up on the Australian IT IS HEREBY NOTIFED that the VING-CARE A S FAM 0US
domination in theater. Generally Commsso for Workmen'sCo LOVING-CARE AS F
speaking the women are expected to pensatin will hold a court at then
~aking te women ar atr 0 n W tSYLVANIA-FRESH CHICKEN
reach a fairly high standard in most penst at Cour t tu SYLVANIA-FRESH CHICKEN
events and it is likely that more o Magistrate's Court, Roseau, on
events and it is likely that more 6old Tuesdaythe 6th day of Octobern Limited amount so hurry to:
records will be broken this than any Tuesday the 6th dqy if October, Limited amount so hurry to:
previous brOlympic Game;. 1964 at 2,00 o'clock in the after- I
previous ympic Game. noonor the purpose of consider- Rover's Supper M market,
---------- ing the claims of the dependants of I- p
the above deceased toa sum depo- I King George V Street,
sited with the Ragistrar under the I i fr r l
Twins Separated provisionsof the Workmen's Comr- Or direct from M r. P9ule
pensation Act, 1937.
Siamese twin boys born in Chica- Interested persons may attend I him self! .
go last Saturday were reported 'rest, personally or by solicitor or counsel. -
ing comfortably'. this weekfollowing JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE Sylvania Farms -- Imperial Road
a successful separation operation on Registrar
Sunday,-CP. G.O. 117, Sept. 26--Oct. 3 ...... ........




of life was best for everyone."
He was an outstanding
teacher and he displayed ;n
every way the virtues th:
Romans expected of their
Teachers- "Pietas, Simplicita:
et Gravitas". It.was good
that the club should place on
record its appreciation of the
services of such a man.
Other members joined the
President in euologism of
Mr. Jeffers for his service to
education in particular and
for his contribution to the

At the invitation of the
headmaster Mr. Ronald L.
Clarke, M. A. the staff a3d
students of the Dominica
Grammar school stood in
silence for one minute in
respect to Mr. Jeffers. This
was done at the first assembly
for this term lAst Wednesday